Great stuff @Harry,
I wasn't searching the right way, now I found it! Thanks
In US, the law says that travel time has to be payed:
In EU, there are different regulations and for sure the decision of European court of justice will help everybody to stop being explored.
I'm sure I'll not get payed for this travel period but I can demand days off based on Working Conditions - Working Time Directive
UK Example here:
"Does this entitle mobile workers to be paid for time spent travelling between home and the places where they work?
No: the decision is only about what counts as working time under the WTD and the WTR, which gives effect to the WTD in the UK. This legislation does not govern pay. Rather, it is concerned with the organisation of working time including average weekly working time, rest periods and rest breaks and minimum periods of paid holiday.
The problem is
During the necessary travelling time - which generally cannot be shortened - the workers are therefore not able to use their time freely and pursue their own interests.
So what I do during weekends is not company concern.